Update: After a brief stint in the #1 position, The Highwomen’s self-titled album ceded its US iTunes sales chart throne.
Post Malone’s new “Hollywood Bleeding” has moved into the top spot as of press time at 2:20AM ET Friday. “The Highwomen” is now #2, while TOOL’s “Fear Inoculum” is still #3.
Melanie Martinez’s new “K-12” (#4) and Lindsey Stirling’s new “Artemis” (#5) complete the Top 5.
Numerous high-profile albums entered the market late Thursday night.
By 1:50AM ET Friday morning, one had ascended to #1 on the all-genre US iTunes sales chart.
The Highwomen’s self-titled LP is that current chart-topper. The album is the first studio release from the supergroup, which features Maren Morris, Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby and Amanda Shires.
Post Malone’s new “Hollywood’s Bleeding” follows at #2, ahead of TOOL’s “Fear Inoculum” at #3. Melanie Martinez’s new “K-12” and Lindsey Stirling’s new “Artemis” are #4 and #5, respectively
Stay tuned to Headline Planet for updates on these albums fare as Friday continues to unfold.